Thursday, 1 May 2008

BELTANE (01 May 2008)

The Musick dedicated to this Sabbat is:


Original Issue: 2003 World Serpent (LM 4716)

Margot-meter: 4 moons / 5

Please click here if you want to discover which are the personalities represented on the book cover

Limited edition hardback including CD containing:

Nurse With Wound: Pre-Menstrual Music For Merry Maidens (re-worked tracks: Soliloquy For Lilith, Strange Play Of The Mouth, Sea Armchair, Great Balls Of Fur, Two Shaves And A Shine, The Schmürz, Mummer's Little Weeper, Rock And Roll Station)

Current 93: The Great Bloody and Bruised Veil Of This World, Niemandswasser, In The Heart Of The Wood And What I Found There, The Frolic

Coil: Are You Shivering?, Chaostrophy, Amethyst Deceivers, The Lost Rivers Of London

from SAF Publishing:

Birthed in the fall-out from legendary 'Industrial' units Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV in the late Seventies/early Eighties, David Tibet's Current 93, John Balance and Peter Christopherson's Coil and Steven Stapleton's Nurse With Wound represent the real English underground in all its sexual, cultural and artistic variety. For reasons of social inadequacy, or because their work was deemed too damned perverse, decadent or mad, such artists frequently went unnoticed in their own lifetimes.

For all that, the three groups of friends have maintained a symbiotic, yet uneasy relationship with the mainstream of popular culture, even as their beliefs and practices repel them farthest from it. Their impact goes deeper than is usually acknowledged. Their early pioneering work with samplers, tape loops and electronics has been soaked up and assimilated via the fringes of dance culture and through close friends and collaborators such as Nick Cave, Bjork and Marc Almond, they retain a loose connection to contemporary pop. That said, they'd be the last people to deny that theirs remains very much a secret history. Until now.


Margot said...
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Anonymous said...

Thank you so much


barbelith said...

Thanks Margot

I was at the launch of this book and got a signed copy and a free limited Current 93 cd with it. Not a bad book at all but completely stalinist in in it's removal of Douglas P from world serpent history. A proper study of those times still remains to be done.

Thank you

Anonymous said...

The link to identified personalities is a twist-treat. Thanks (again)!


Roger Camden said...

Thank you very much.

Also, I heavily enjoyed the Judee Sill record. I actually hunted down the double-disc of both of her records because of your post.
Imagine that, paying for music!

Anonymous said...

Hi! its probably glaringly obvious, but i dont seem to be able to find any links to the music, could you give me some pointers please?
many thanks.

Margot said...

Easy, just read the first comment :)

postparanoid said...

hello margot, as you could see, podroom's gone. i hope you don't get into some serious troubles with your blog.

i already uploaded lots of new music for podroom v. 2, which will probably be available on some blogspot pages. you'll get a message, when everything's done.

cheers my dear!

Margot said...

I hope to soon see the birth of Podroom V2. I really think you poster some really original and unique musick!

See you

Sandy said...

Thanks a lot! I appreciate what you do. The thing is I also like going to the independent store of my town and find some albums of Current 93, it's a huge step. But that's great anyway , keep on sending stuffs!

manik said...

Great album, some of the best Coil I've heard!!

Red Cell said...

Any chance on getting a new link for this? The first comment seems to have been deleted.

Margot F. said...

Sorry, after some time the links are removed. This is no longer for share.